Training for choral singers

From long rehearsals to demanding vocal lines, choral singers' voices face huge challenges.

Having been a member of The Glyndebourne Chorus himself and as a musical director leading choirs in Brighton, Stefan understands the pressures choral singers face.

Whether you're a complete beginner who'd like to join a choir, a singer preparing for a solo in an upcoming concert or a seasoned chorister who'd like to improve technically,

Stefan's tailored support can help you access your range comfortably.

In addition to one-to-one sessions, Stefan also offers training for choral singers in Brighton.

Find out more about Stefan's unique approach to choral work in his blog.

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Richard

         Singing lessons are helping me get to the best possible sound more quickly, even when the music is new. I also find working on solo songs is fun and really important for building confidence, so that even if I’m the only bass turning up on a Sunday morning for my church choir or have to take on a solo quartet it doesn’t bother me at all. The Estill work has given me more colours to play with and I know now what to do if I want to project or if I need to sing very quietly.